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  1. 1. By Zara Bellaire Primary School Monkeys!!!
  2. 2. <ul><li>There are two groups of monkeys New World monkeys and Old World monkeys they may sound the same but don’t look anything a like. There are a verities of monkeys and there are 264 kinds. Some monkeys are 1 meter tall but they weigh about 35kg. </li></ul><ul><li>Monkeys eat: fruit, leaves, seeds, nuts, flowers, insects, spiders, eggs and small animals. </li></ul><ul><li>Some people in china believe in eating monkey brains and it can become a habit </li></ul>Monkey Backgroud
  3. 3. <ul><li>The main difference is that apes don't have tails, and they are larger most of the time. Apes can be found in the tropical forests of western and central Africa and Southeast Asia. Most apes would normally swing from tree to tree to get where they want or need to go. Fruit and veggies are there main food group that they would eat. Sleeping for an apes is simple they find a tree and start sleeping. When monkeys travel in a group there is usually about 100 member in the group. Apes are intelligent and are more closely related to humans than any other living primates. </li></ul>Apes
  4. 4. <ul><li>Howler monkeys are another type of monkey the reason they are called Howler monkeys is because of there loud howls they make they can do it from the start of the day till night time. There howl can go for about 3 – 5 km it can even be herd during a rain storm. The red howler monkeys is the biggest of them all but that is one of the favorite one to hunt because of all the meat on it. Howler monkeys have long and thick hair and depending what sort of monkey it can be red brown or black. The average size of a howler monkey is 40–70 cm (16–28 inches) excluding the 50–75-cm (20–30-inch) tail. </li></ul>Howler Monkeys
  5. 5. <ul><li>Baboons are monkeys with large heads large cheek pouches, and long, naked, doglike muzzles bearing the nostrils at the tip. There is about 5 different types of baboons </li></ul><ul><li>Depending on species, they weigh about 14–40 kilograms and are about 50–115 centimeters long without the 45–70-cm tail. </li></ul><ul><li>They feed on different types of plants and animals, including occasional small mammals, birds, and birds' eggs. </li></ul><ul><li>Baboons are noisy animals and have a number of calls with definite meanings. Their alarm is given by a doglike bark they also use there tail for communicating. </li></ul>Baboons
  6. 6. <ul><li>Chimpanzee’s are a cute and common monkeys their name mostly is shortened to chimp. Chimpanzee’s come from England. </li></ul><ul><li>Chimpanzees usually stand approximately 1–1.7 m tall when standing up and weigh about 35–60 kg. Chimps a covered in a coat of black or brown hair but there faces are bear and have no hair on them. </li></ul><ul><li>You can find a chimp in trees or on the ground because they can do both, but main on the ground because you would normally find a chimp in a tree when it is feeding. The chimpanzee diet is primarily vegetarian and consists mostly of fruits, berries, leaves, and seeds termites and ants are eaten, and chimpanzees occasionally stalk and kill young baboons and bush pigs </li></ul>Chimpanzee
  7. 7. <ul><li>The spider monkey that lives in forests from southern Mexico to Brazil . They may use their hand to swing on trees but they also use their tail. Spider monkeys weigh about 6 kg and are 35–66 cm long, excluding the heavily furred tail, which is longer than the body. The coat, of variable length and fineness, ranges among 7 species from gray to reddish, dark brown, or black. Most have a black face with white eye rings, but some have skin colored faces . Spider monkeys are sometimes hunted. Spider monkeys surprisingly make different sounds. </li></ul>Spider Monkeys
  8. 8. Bibliography Pictures:
  9. 9. Bibliography Info: Britannica 2002 edition (computer program)